FAVORITE BARS IN AMERICA

FAVORITE BARS IN AMERICA

BY LEANNE ACIZ STANTON Tis the season for traveling and taking vacations! July is the perfect month to explore some new places and check out new bars! I’ve taken the liberty of putting together a list of my favorite bars that I’ve been to, from Los Angeles to Miami to...

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A CHAT WITH MICHELLE WIE

A CHAT WITH MICHELLE WIE

By Chaunce Hayden Born on October 11, 1989, in Honolulu, Hawaii, Michelle Wie displayed immense potential after learning to play golf at age 4. She qualified for a USGA tournament at age 10, and at 14 she became the youngest female to compete against men in a PGA Tour event....

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BARTENDING School

BARTENDING School

This isn’t an easy thing for me to admit, but here it goes: I went to Bartending School. Yeah, I know. I’ll come back when you’re done laughing; I’ve got a large Hawaiian pizza and my copy of War and Peace with me, so by all means, take your time....

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ROSEANNE BARR

ROSEANNE BARR

A few years ago America’s most racist comic (human) asked me to join her for dinner to discuss her revived career. Of course I couldn’t resist! Looking back at our chat I’m still fascinating by this woman and how she’s managed to go from rags to riches to racist. Here’s...

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FIX YOUR HAIR!

FIX YOUR HAIR!

Rotondo being evicted from his parents’ house, and all I thought: Fix Your Hair! By Shappi Khorsani. I shared a room with my brother until I was 15 and after that with my grandmother. I didn’t have a bedroom of my own until my third year at university. But it’s important...

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7 SIGNS YOUR BARTENDER REALLY KNOWS WHAT THEY’RE DOING

7 SIGNS YOUR BARTENDER REALLY KNOWS WHAT THEY’RE DOING

A bartender’s job is a balancing act. It requires juggling an assortment of drink orders and patron personalities, all while remaining calm, friendly and focused. It’s not a job for the easily frazzled. Unfortunately, though, everyone has had that other kind of bartender—the one you have to strain to flag down for...

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KEITH RICHARDS

KEITH RICHARDS

THE FACE OF ROCK… KEITH RICHARDS ON HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY “LIFE” Up until Life, Bob Dylan’s Chronicles had set a new bar for rock autobiographies… That was the other thing I couldn’t go through, trying to outdo somebody else’s. Everybody’s got a different way of telling a story and has different stories to tell. But Chronicles was...

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ONE LAST GOOD-BYE

ONE LAST GOOD-BYE

By Chaunce Hayden We recently sadly lost actor Verne Troyer. Here’s a look back and my interview over lunch with the star during better days…. How would you describe your life? Is it difficult being you? I wouldn’t necessarily say it’s difficult. It’s definitely challenging. Just trying to get used to...

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JERSEY SHORE

JERSEY SHORE

JERSEY SHORE THEY’RE BACK…  EIGHT years ago, the cast of MTV’s Jersey Shore burst on to the scene with a sonic fist pump. The reality series — set in the resort town of Seaside Heights, New Jersey followed eight strangers who lived together in a summer share house and drank and...

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SITUATIONAL AWARENESS SITUATIONS

SITUATIONAL AWARENESS SITUATIONS

SITUATIONAL AWARENESS SITUATIONS Alan Tecchio With the transition to warmer weather we are experiencing and the 2018 riding season officially underway, there is no better time for me to offer up some quick moto-advice right here in this column. The first word of the day is POTHOLES! They are everywhere...

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